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Google wants to take over education, too

Google wants to take over education, too
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Google is turning its all-seeing eye to education. Not satisfied with its latest attempt to bring free Wi-Fi to the world, the company just launched an app called Classroom.

The Classroom app works alongside a teacher-focused app for desktop computers called Classroom for Desktop. Classroom for Desktop is a class management tool that allows teachers to assign, receive and share documents with students.

The Classroom app makes submitting homework a snap. Students can log in to the app and send an assignment. A folder will automatically be created for that student in the teacher's Classroom for Desktop app.

Not only that, but teachers can learn a lot from Google's obsession with data.

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